Chris, just saw this so I'm sure you've solved this but...they're almost always laid on a bed of sand so you can't jack them. If they were set on an existing concrete pad, that pad could be jacked level. Most likely the soil/sand underneath subsided and will need to be re-leveled and the pavers reset. If Denver, try CoCal Landscape.
Is there anyone who would like to host an open house at my 159 W. Sycamore Lane listing in Louisville. It is a charming, quality home near Louisville Elementary and within walking distance of Downtown Louisville. Across from open space......:) Price point is $1,199,000. Anytime on Saturday or Sunday would be wonderful. House is empty so it could be completely up to your schedule. Please text me if you are interested: 303.810.9040 ... See MoreSee Less
I’m in a bit of a pickle. I am out of town and (of course) am going through inspection on a property. I’m looking for a colleague to get my buyers and their structural engineer into the property tomorrow morning. Please help! ... See MoreSee Less
Brian is going to be big sad about missing Illegal Petes… we’ll be at Burning Man 💜
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Does anybody know any new construction that's happening in Downtown Louisville? My clients said their friends mentioned there was some going on, but I'm not seeing it in New Home Source and haven't had time to drive down to check it out yet.